Gibson Songwriter Deluxe Studio
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Plays easily, as much like an electric as possible for an acoustic. Can handle temperature extremes without going out of tune. Sounds better and better as it gets broken in.
The Cons:Often needs adjustment by a luthier to get it sounding right. Nut on the guitar is a plastic piece, a little cheap. Overly simple design, no visual enhancements of any kind.
The Gibson Songwriter Deluxe Studio is an acoustic/electric guitar that's designed with unique technology and quality to help create a standard yet vintage instrument. With a lacquer finish and a 14-fret body style, the guitar features a solid spruce top, solid rosewood back and sides and a solid mahogany neck that help deliver a warm tone with solid treble registers.
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It also has an ebony rolled fingerboard and bridge and split parallelogram pearl inlays that display a vintage look and provide guitarists of all types with a comfortable feel they can be satisfied with on a regular basis. Equipped with Gibson technology and special features such as Gold Grover Rotomatic tuners, the acoustic/electric guitar is an ideal choice for those looking for a nostalgic model that's all about performance.
- Six-string acoustic/electric guitar
- 14-fret body style
- Solid spruce top
- Solid rosewood back and sides
- Solid mahogany neck
- Split parallelogram pearl inlays
- Ebony rolled fingerboard and bridge
- Gold Grover Rotomatic tuners
User Reviews (1)
plays easily, as much like an electric as possible for an acoustic
can handle temperature extremes without going out of tune
sounds better and better as it gets broken in
tone and sustain are world-class, warm and rich
often needs adjustment by a luthier to get it sounding right
nut on the guitar is a plastic piece, a little cheap
overly simple design, no visual enhancements of any kind
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